The Grauer School is featured in the October/November 2019 edition of 92130 Magazine. Get an in-depth look at what makes Grauer so special!
When you visit our Grauer campus, please enjoy our special "Get Outside" Meyer Hall exhibit featuring eight images created by photographer, filmmaker, explorer, humanitarian—and Grauer School alumni dad—John Rowe.
Marine Biology teacher Brendan Wallace welcomed Dr. Jennifer Brandon to speak to all of our students at Grauer's weekly assembly about Microplastics. Dr. Brandon is a Marine Biologist who has been researching microplastics for 7 years, determining the source of the microplastics in the ocean.
Grauer's High School ASB/Leadership class presented a Halloween Dance with a theme of "The Creature from the Black Lagoon".
The 9th grade English Class will see Shakespeare's play "Twelfth Night" by William Shakespeare in early November. They were visited by Leticia De Anda, Arts Engagement Teaching Artist from the Old Globe Theatre, to prepare for seeing the play.
Film Studies students took a field trip to the Studio School college located at the Los Angeles Center Studios. Studio School is the only college located in a Hollywood studio with professional sound stages.
Congratulations to Grauer Senior Sophie S. ’20 for being selected as a National Merit Semifinalist!
Claire Trageser, NPR investigative reporter, interviewed Grauer students about their feelings on climate change, as part of a larger news segment on environmental awareness.
Congratulations to Amanda C. '21 for competing in one national and two international kayak competitions, and each of these races is a different discipline within kayaking, requiring different types of boats, paddles, and skills.
Students today are chronically sleep-deprived, and yet we expect them to be able to learn and pursue their passions. Something has to give, so what’s going to give?